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Anonymous shared this review of Condé Nast, United States on Jun 10th, 2019
"Even though there are a lot of women working on the journalistic and advertising side of the business, there's not a lot of diversity in other parts of the company."
Anonymous shared this review of Condé Nast on Mar 20th, 2019
"Very female-centric, but not equal in upper management and senior roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Condé Nast on May 2nd, 2018
"I don't have anything else to share about working at conde nast."
Anonymous shared this review of Condé Nast on Mar 6th, 2018
"At times, men underestimate their female coworkers; people in management give notes like "smile more" or "be nicer in slack messages," which just mean use emojis, which are not notes men receive; and depending on the brand, there can be a lot of gossip and two-faced behavior."
Anonymous shared this review of Condé Nast on Feb 20th, 2018
"Conde is still figuring it out from a digital perspective, but they love go-getters and are quick to acknowledge those able to create their own destiny in a way that supports the company."
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